When:July 3, 2019
Time:7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost: $15 (Plus Applicable Service Fees)

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Doors at 6:00pm
Show at 7:00pm

Join us in the eTown Cafe at eTown Hall for Boulder In-the-Round!


Every 1st Wednesday of the month at eTown Hall - 3 songwriters taking turns sharing their songs. Enjoy local original music in a curated community experience, accompanied by a live drawing by Sage Helperman. Hosted by Theresa Peterson.

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Jenny LaJoye

Jenny LaJoye is a folk/pop singer songwriter and vocal loop artist who believes everyone is made of the good stuff. A classically-trained violinist raised on jazz and musical theater, she makes music to remind herself what it means to be human...to find connection in a time of disconnection, and to feel something in a world gone numb.

Jenny’s first EP, “We’ve Been That Way Before,” was released in 2014 and won the WYCE Jammie Award for Listener’s Choice: Album of the Year. During her last semester of undergrad in 2015, Jenny recorded and released her first full-length and acoustic album, “Vapor.” LaJoye's most recent album, “Altars," was released on February 23rd, 2018. Theologically bent, "Altars" showcases full-band arrangements of songs Jenny performs with a vocal looper.

Jenny is currently living in Denver with her wife, soaking in the music scene, and studying theology in grad school. No matter what hat she’s wearing, she’s on a quest to remind everyone that we’re all made of the same stuff.

And it’s good.


Billy Huston


With a songwriting style marked by vivid imagery and honest stories, Billy Huston has been performing throughout Colorado and beyond for many years. Billy is songwriter and lead guitarist for Front Range acoustic powerhouse Monocle Band. Influenced by greats from John Prine to Townes Van Zandt to Conor Oberst, Billy's songs remain true to classic roots but find an original life through the unique poetic lens and voice of this contemporary troubadour.


Liz Berube

Liz Berube (pronounced “Bear-uh-bee”) is a singer/songwriter in the Boulder area. Drawing on influences from Bonnie Raitt, Patty Griffin, John Prine, Emmylou Harris, Brandi Carlile, and Etta James, Berube writes songs that dip into the genres of folk, bluegrass, blues, and americana. Boulder Weekly refers to her voice as alternating between, "soulful crooning and belting out powerhouse notes". In 2013, she released a solo EP titled Mountain Road. These days, Liz is working on new songs to record in the coming year and collaborating with other local musicians. You can also find Liz singing harmonies and playing tambourine in the Denver-based band, Copper Leaf.